COVID-19 may have placed a halt to many of our favourite activities and events, but the Light to Night Festival has made a comeback.
The festival promises a hybrid experience as it engages its audience with both physical interactive pieces, and online workshops and activities. With arts and performances lighting up the civic district, here’s a few things to look out for.
The telescopic installation Ways of Seeing invites visitors to peer through the structure of a giant telescope. During this pandemic, the telescope hides an additional layer of meaning. It encourages viewers to view their surroundings with a new perspective, with reflections from the past year.
Live music performances by local artists
Live music and concerts have been missed by music lovers, but local artists such as SHYE, Jean Seizure and Cravism will be taking back the stage with performances. Seating will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, so do arrive early!
Some of us may be wary of large crowds due to the virus, but this digital experience allows you to enjoy the event from home. The online installation fuses the elements of time and space and brings you a performance with music, visual projections, and lighting designs.
Different workshops are up for play on 23-24 Jan and 30-31 Jan. From pottery classes to selfie sketching, you can enjoy the exhibitions and even keep your craft as a small memento.
*Registration link coming soon
Held from 22 January to 31 January, the Light to Night Festival and will be spread across the district. Installations and performances are held during various timings, so be sure to check over here for an overview of events!
📍National Gallery Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum, The Arts House, Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay
🗓️22 -31 January 2021
Time: Various timings
Admission: Free, ticketed for selected programmes